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Effect of IPC on Selections of Wild Oats

  • D. J. Rydrych (a1) (a2) and C. I. Seely (a3)

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Selections of wild oats (Avena fatua. L.) had varying degrees of resistance to isopropyl N-phenylcarbamate (IPC). Strains with gray glabrous lemmas and non-dormant seed tended to be more resistant to IPC than those with brown pubescent lemmas and dormant seed.

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1. Baker, Lawrence O. and Leighty, D. H. 1958. Wild oat germination and dormancy. Proc. WWCC, 16:6974.
2. Johnson, L. P. V. 1935. General preliminary studies on the physiology of delayed germination in Avena fatua . Canadian J. Res. 13:283300.
3. Toole, E. H. and Coffman, F. A. 1940. Variations in the dormancy of seeds of the wild oats, Avena fatua . J. Am. Soc. Agron. 32:374.

Effect of IPC on Selections of Wild Oats

  • D. J. Rydrych (a1) (a2) and C. I. Seely (a3)

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